Bring Focus to Your Small-Group Meetings

Bring Focus to Your Small-Group Meetings

Get more out of your meetings by narrowing your focus.

Far too often, small-group leaders ask way too many questions during meetings. Learn how to narrow your questions by finding a main theme to focus on. Then choose only a few questions to discuss so you'll have plenty of time to discuss. After all, if your meeting is only an hour long, there's no way to properly discuss 10 questions. Learn how to make the most of your meetings with this quick video.

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